K-drama actor Jung Il-woo kickstarting his YouTube channel Nov 27

In 'Sweet Munchies', Jung Il-woo plays a chef. On his YouTube channel, he plans to share videos of him cooking. Photo: JTBC

Jung Il-woo, who has acted in superb K-dramas like 49 Days, The Moon Embracing The Sun and Haechi, will be presenting the real Jung Il-woo to his fans as he relaunches his official YouTube channel on Nov 27.

The 33-year-old originally started the channel in 2013.

He posted a video on his Instagram (@jilwww) recently announcing the revival of his YouTube channel – called “1day 1lwoo JungIlwoo” – promising updates with vlogs and behind the scenes from his drama/film sets.

Jung, who has often showcased his cooking skills on Korean reality shows and most recently on the drama Sweet Munchies, will also be sharing videos of him in the kitchen preparing various dishes.

The well-liked actor, who is also active in theatre, is currently in the midst of shooting a new K-drama titled Bossam: Stealing Fate alongside Girls’ Generation’s Kwon Yu-ri.

On Nov 23, it was reported that the main cast and the production crew of this drama were tested for Covid-19 after one of the members on the set was confirmed to have the virus. Fortunately, the tests came out negative for both Jung and Kwon.

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